With a doctorate in psychology from Harvard University, Dr. David Tresemer has followed many paths of research into transpersonal realms of consciousness, including the Diamond Heart method of A.H. Almaas, Psychosynthesis with David and Judy Bach, Jungian analysis, Star Wisdom Astrology (enlightened astrology), Barbara Brennan Energy training, University of the Seven Rays training, and other techniques attuned to Anthroposophia (the universal human in cooperation with divine wisdom.)
Dr. Tresemer’s writing covers a wide range of subjects including: purely psychological works (such as Fear of Success, and several articles in psychological journals); “spiritual horticulture” (as in The Scythe Book: Mowing Hay, Cutting Weeds, and Harvesting Small Grains with Hand Tools); star wisdom (as in War in Heaven: Accessing Myth Through Drama; and the astro-biography of Rudolf Steiner in Star Wisdom & Rudolf Steiner: A Life Seen Through the Oracle of the Solar Cross, and articles on a wide range of topics relating heavens to earth). Recently he wrote The Venus Eclipse of the Sun 2012, concerning the social-psychological impact of a rare celestial event that continues to ripple through the world. He has contributed to and edited The Counselor…As If Soul and Spirit Matter and Slow Counseling (due late 2016).
Dr. Tresemer has authored the Oracle of the Solar Cross, which identifies a word-image relating to each of the 360 degrees of the heavens, activated by the Sun when a person takes his/her first breath. This is featured on the Star Wisdom website (www.StarWisdom.org).
Currently Dr. Tresemer heads the Association for Anthroposophic Psychology (AAP) program, whose faculty includes: James Dyson, MD, Edmund Knighton, Ph.D., Roberta Nelson, Ph.D., Lila Sophia Tresemer, and Karen Derreumaux. The flagship book is edited by Dr. Tresemer, The Counselor…As If Soul and Spirit Matter.
To learn more about AAP, go to www.AnthroposophicPsychology.org.